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Partnering with a beer distributor isn’t something that’s normally done quickly since it can have long-term repercussions.
On one hand, the choice to wear a mask and stay socially distant can have huge repercussions in spreading or containing the virus.
For the time being, companies are encouraged to comply with the law, though financial repercussions from the state could kick in at a later date.
This could create an unwarranted criminal record, with potentially long-lasting repercussions for their education and employment opportunities.
Climate change can have profound impacts across ecosystems, but rising average temperatures are just one factor among many driving those repercussions.
Insecure, people-pleasing Rory has decided to start pleasing the rich people instead of her mother, and that’s going to have catastrophic — and fascinating — repercussions.
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Changes to one gene or protein may trigger a “butterfly effect” type of repercussion that propagates unpredictably through the cell.
Sociologists and agriculturalists have found these repercussions puzzling and have not discovered clear-cut reasons for them.
FRYING PAN FARMELIZABETH BROWN PRYOR
The repercussions of the divorce debates were soon drowned out by the noise and excitement of the presidential campaign of 1860.
This contemplated division of Cameron had repercussions in the relations between that parish and its mother parish Truro.
LEGENDS OF LOUDOUNHARRISON WILLIAMS